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2 Corinthians 7:11

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For see what this very thing, this sadness 1  as God intended, has produced in you: what eagerness, what defense of yourselves, 2  what indignation, 3  what alarm, what longing, what deep concern, 4  what punishment! 5  In everything you have proved yourselves to be innocent in this matter.

XREF

Ge 44:6,7; 2Sa 12:5-7; Ne 5:6-13; Ne 13:25; Job 42:6; Ps 2:11; Ps 35:13; Ps 38:9; Ps 42:1; Ps 69:9; Ps 119:139; Ps 130:6; Ps 145:19; Pr 14:16; Pr 28:14; So 8:6; Isa 26:8; Isa 66:2; Jer 31:18-20; Da 6:14; Zec 12:10-14; Mt 5:29,30; Mr 3:5; Mr 9:43-48; Joh 2:17; Ac 17:16; Ro 11:20; Ro 14:18; 1Co 5:2; 1Co 5:13; 1Co 12:25; 2Co 6:4; 2Co 7:1; 2Co 7:7; 2Co 7:9; 2Co 9:2; 2Co 13:7; Eph 4:26; Eph 5:11; Php 2:12; 1Ti 5:21,22; 2Ti 2:15; Tit 3:8; Heb 4:1; Heb 12:15,16; 1Pe 1:17; 1Pe 2:2; Jude 1:23; Re 3:19

NET © Notes

tn Grk “this very thing, to be grieved.”

tn The words “of yourselves” are not in the Greek text but are implied.

sn What indignation refers to the Corinthians’ indignation at the offender.

tn Or “what zeal.”

sn That is, punishment for the offender.



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